Mar 14

$2,500 Donation to Whittier Police Offices from Friendly Hills Property Owner Association

It is with a sad heart that I send you this on the eve of Keith Boyer’s Funeral Services. On behalf of the Friendly Hills Board of Directors and all of Friendly Hills Residents we all bow our heads in sadness for this great loss.

Friendly Hills is a safe residential area and we thank everyday our Men and Women in Blue who protect all of us. Officer Boyer and Officer Hazel stood tall attempting to protect our community and the worst thing that could happen did. 

On behalf of these Officers courage the Friendly Hills Property Owners is please to present to the W.P.O.A.  $2,500.00.

We ask that an appropriate share of this donation be shared By both of these Officers families in amounts determines to be just by the W.P.O.A.

May the Lord Bless us all during this very difficult time.



W. Allan Nakken

President Friendly Hills Property Owners Assn.

Feb 27

Donations on behalf of Police Officer Boyers family

The Whittier Police department is accepting donations on behalf of Boyer’s family. He is survived by his FiancĂ©, four children and two grand children

Checks can be made out to “WPOA benevolent Fund” and reference account No 488879

Contributions can also be dropped of in person at the Whittier Police Department at 13200 Penn Street or at the Credit Union of Southern California at 8028 Greenleaf Ave.

Feb 20

Friendly Hills: One officer dead, another injured in shootout after report of traffic collision

One officer dead, another injured in shootout after report of traffic collision in Whittier Feb

20, 2017 10:00AM: Read the full story at LA Times website:

Feb 17

Residential Burglary Safety Tips

Over the last week, there has been two residential burglaries in the Friendly Hills area. I wanted to ask you to pass on a few safety reminders to the area residents.

  1. When leaving your residence, please remember to lock and secure all windows and doors.
  2. Turn on any residential alarms when leaving.
  3. Make sure all exterior lightings are in properly working condition.
  4. Keep surrounding vegetation low to allow proper visibility in all areas around residence.
  5. Be a good neighbor and report any suspicious activity to the police.

Thank you for taking the time to partner with us as we strive to make Whittier safer.

Sergeant Ryan Todd
Patrol Division- Public Service Area 1
Whittier Police Department

Feb 03

John and Diane Tilton

John and Diane Tilton show their love for the Los Angeles Clippers basketball team over their 4-car garage at 16127 Youngwood Drive. The Tiltons earned a beautification award in April 2016 for their extensive remodeling efforts from the FHPOA.

The Tiltons are L.A. Clippers season-ticket holders.

A spiral staircase leads to a 1,200-square-foot guest house at the Tilton home.

An iron duck bought at a swap meet in Orange County keeps watch at John and Diane’s 3,000-square-foot ranch-style home that overlooks Murphy Ranch Park.

A dry riverbed with drought-tolerant plants leads to an Amish-style gazebo in the Tilton’s back yard.

Written by Editor/Publisher/Journalist Tim Traeger. Pictures are also taken by Tim Traeger

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